You were looking for the term high primers, not out of battery. If your gun was out of battery the firing pin wouldn't be allowed to fire(unless a rare mechanical failure).I have 2 XDms and they are kind of fussy with the rounds fed them.They have tighter chambers and if reloads are slightly off it can cause issues. You just have to get into a habit of checking your primers for seating debth and learn "the feel" of a fully seated primer.
When you do the plunk test look at the primer to make sure it is a few thou below the base of the case.
You'll get there.
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